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Dr Anshu Garg - Haematology

Dr Anshu Garg is a Consultant Hematologist in Yorkshire Clinic, West Yorkshire who specialises in Hematology

Based at: Yorkshire Clinic | Get directions | Go to hospital website

GMC Number

6093440

Clinical interests

I am particularly interested in managing haematological cancers including myeloma, leukaemia, myelodysplasia, lymphoma and CLL.

I am also interested and have vast experience in diagnosing and managing non malignant conditions like anaemia, haemochromatosis ,iron disorders ,immune thrombocytopenia, platelet disorders, haemolysis, bleeding disorders ,clotting problems and anticoagulation.

I am the chemotherapy lead and the malignant haematology lead at Bradford Teaching Hospitals.

Academic background

Qualifications: MBBS,MD(Medicine),MRCP(UK),FRCPath(UK)

I graduated in 1999 and subsequently did MD Medicine in 2003 from Meerut, India.

I subsequently did my speciality training in Haematology from Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield and was awarded Fellow of Royal college of Pathologists in 2011.

I have done a research project on Photopheresis in Chronic Graft versus host disease after allogeneic stem cell transplantation and presented it in annual Photopheresis society meeting.

I have also published papers in peer reviewed journals.

I am a consultant in Bradford Teaching Hospitals since 2013. I also lead the chemotherapy services and malignant haematology services at Bradford Teaching Hospitals.

Professional Memberships

Royal college of Pathologists(RCPath)

UK Myeloma Forum(UKMF)

NHS base

Bradford Royal Infirmary

Clinic Times

Tuesday/Thursday:2-4 pm

01274 033 030